Time course of molecular responses of human skeletal muscle to acute bouts of resistance exercise.

@article{Bickel2005TimeCO,
  title={Time course of molecular responses of human skeletal muscle to acute bouts of resistance exercise.},
  author={C Scott Bickel and Jill Slade and Ed Mahoney and Fadia Haddad and Gary Dudley and Gregory R. Adams},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={98 2},
  pages={
          482-8
        }
}
Resistance exercise (RE) training, designed to induce hypertrophy, strives for optimal activation of anabolic and myogenic mechanisms to increase myofiber size. Clearly, activation of these mechanisms must precede skeletal muscle growth. Most mechanistic studies of RE have involved analysis of outcome variables after many training sessions. This study measured molecular level responses to RE on a scale of hours to establish a time course for the activation of myogenic mechanisms. Muscle biopsy… CONTINUE READING

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